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Prayut: Same group hurled ping-pong bombs at army barracks

PRIME MINISTER Prayut Chan-o-cha said this afternoon (Apr. 12) after attending the Cabinet meeting that it is the same group of people who threw two ping-pongs across the gate of the First Infantry Regiment on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road where his residence is located on Sunday night with suspects already in sight, Matichon newspaper said.

He added that he is being briefed about the attack throughout and had also seen the surveillance camera clips.

“Its the same group of people, right now we are chasing those who threw the ping-pong bombs, we will soon catch them, continuous questioning will lead to them.

“I don’t want anyone to do this, right now shouldn’t do this sort of thing, but actually shouldn’t do this at any time at all, it’s dangerous. 

“Why are they doing this? The country is doing well, what can we resolve if everyone does not cooperate,” Gen. Prayut said.

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Top: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha at Government House this afternoon. Photo: Matichon

Home Page: Gen. Prayut talking to reporters recently. Photo: NNT


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